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thedeepvoid.blogspot: PCLinuxOS or PCLOS is based on Mandrake. The Gnome version comes equipped with an ugly gray colored background. I attribute this to the fact that most PCLOS users are KDE desktoppers and don't really care what color Gnome is.

September 2010 Issue of The PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the September 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. In the September 2010 issue: LXDE: An Overview, Alternate OS: Syllable, Part 1, and Game Zone: Battle For Wesnoth.

A Good Reason to Use PCLinuxOS 2010

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bargincomputing.com: The search for the perfect kernel scheduler is like searching for the Holy Grail. Linux 2.6 started with the O(1) scheduler, which solved a lot of issues for real-time processes. However, it didn’t scale to large NUMA (non-uniform memory access) machines.

Exploring PCLinuxOS Xfce

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bargincomputing.com: Since the HP laptop used for this test only has a 30 gigabyte disk, I split the space used by Fedora 13 between PCLinuxOS Xfce and PCLinuxOS LXDE. With only 512 megabytes of memory, lighter weight desktops are a plus.

Linux light - PCLinuxOS 2010.7 Openbox

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all-things-linux.blogspot: Ok, there are smaller, leaner distributions out there like Tiny Core or these two if you prefer a system that's in many ways similar, but PCLinuxOS Openbox is pretty good while still providing a full set of applications for the consumer desktop, incl. flash, multimedia codecs, wireless.

Community Simple – PCLinuxOS in Action

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venagozar.com: I volunteer at a community center (two now), where my main function is keeping their Laptops up and running. When I started at the community center last December the Laptops were in a sad state.

something new to me, pclinuxos

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silents714.blogspot: After much distro hopping I have settled for something new to me, pclinuxos. This was truly an out of the box experience.

PCLinuxOS 2010 [Review]

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thinkdigit.com: The PCLinuxOS distro comes in a number of flavours. It offers Gnome, KDE, and OpenBox desktop enviromnents amongst others. It also comes in a variant known as 'Enlightenment Desktop' which includes a window manager of the same name.

"Is it a PC?" "Is it a Linux?"... "No its PCLinuxOS"

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mylifeinlinux.blogspot: Booting the live DVD initially didn’t work but the boot menu does give the option of a safe graphics mode also known as VESA. This got the ball rolling and a good looking Gnome desktop followed. Similar in looks to Mandriva but with a massive menu.

August 2010 Issue of The PCLOS Magazine

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the August 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. In this issue: Linux IS Ready For The Desktop, Video Encoding: Step-By-Step, and Screenshot Showcase.

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